Relationship property law has become much more involved over the past few years and affects far more people and to a far greater degree than in past years. Relationship property laws apply to all married couples and also to those couples who have been in a de facto relationship for three years or more.
Often legal advice of this nature is required during a happy relationship, for example, young couples purchasing a family home together and wanting to keep their cash contributions to the property separate from each other; or couples in second relationships wanting to ensure their property remains for the benefit of their children from a previous relationship. And, sadly, when relationships end, legal advice should always be sought regarding the division of assets.
Whatever your needs, our relationship property team can assist. We are able to advise you on agreements, negotiate and settle disputes and conduct litigation.
Our relationship property team has extensive experience in all areas of relationship property including: